Idaho Department of Fish and Game is considering; Developing rules to allow use of bait to hunt wolves in game management units and seasons to be set by Commission proclamation; Notice of Intent Filing Jane 5, 2017.

Comment Period: 7/5/2017 to 7/26/2017

Idaho is drafting plans to use bait to draw in wolves making it easier to kill them. Please make your comment to Idaho Fish and Game known; that you do not support hunting of wolves or let alone the baiting of wolves to make it easier for trophy hunters to kill them. Do you support allowing the use of bait as a method of take for harvesting wolves? Click HERE to comment

The War on Wolves continues in Idaho. Wolf hunting is legal in Idaho.

September 1, 2009 First wolf killed as Idaho opens hunting season:

“The human population successfully eradicated wolves from this region in the early part of the 20th century, and it would be a true shame after all the efforts that went into recovery if that happened again,” said Jenny Harbine, an attorney for Earthjustice, a plaintiff in the case. Source


Trophy hunts on wolves are about power not conservation. Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin is against trophy hunting. 

Compassion for animals should be fundamental for conservation because poor conservation outcomes are often consistent with the mistreatment of animals. ~Marc Bekoff, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA and International Patron of the Centre

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3 thoughts on “Action Alert: Idaho Department of Fish and Game seeks public input on allowing the use of bait to hunt wolves

  1. Baiting wolves to kill them is totally unethical and unsportsman-like. There is no need for this. This would be a cruel and unusual practice to compensate for poor hunting skills.

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  2. Wolves are essential to a healthy ecosystem. Without them a lot of things can happen. I am against trapping, shooting, and baiting them. Why do people so hate wolves? Those who hate are hating a cousin to our domesticated dogs. Everyone should try to see them as dogs and not something that comes from a fairy tale.

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